Securities and Exchange Commission members on Wednesday unanimously agreed to propose reforms for money market funds, which muni market participants greeted with mixed reaction.

The commission directed staff to propose rules for money market funds to make them less susceptible to runs, such as those that occurred in 2008 when the Reserve Primary Fund “broke the buck” and investors pulled nearly $300 billion from other prime money market funds.

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